Nursing and midwifery research

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) projects

ESNEFT has commissioned and funded ARU to carry out two research projects within the Trust, overseen by Dr Sally Goldspink and Dr Susan Walker.

Evaluating the impact of professional advocacy in nursing and midwifery
Examining health inequalities in pregnancy outcomes

Projects led by Dr Amanda Wagg

Dr Amanda Wagg has been working on research projects relating to national campaigns and policies around infant feeding and sleeping practices. She is also leading an evaluation of the effectiveness of an innovative blended learning model for nursing students.

A need for the inclusion of human milk sharing in infant feeding policy
Evaluation of a virtual practice placement
Exploring the decision making of parents around safe sleep practices

Other nursing research projects

A multi-site evaluation of technology in mental health inpatient wards
The effect of the Covid pandemic on people living with HIV
Evaluation of the partnership between Samaritans and Anglia Ruskin University
Comparing the effects of different intensities of nursing care monitoring for stroke patients

Transnational Nursing Education UK and Indonesia

A nurse checking a baby's eye
A male student working at a computer
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